- The Smarter Stand for iPad makes your Smart Cover/Case more versatile
- Dropbox updates iOS app with automatic uploads, 3 GBs of free space up for grabs
- Rune Raiders in Review – When Rogue-Like Meets Strategy
Posted: 15 Jun 2012 02:20 PM PDT
If you love using the Smart Cover with your iPad, but hate how there are only two rather limiting viewing angles, here’s a Kickstarter project you’ll want to back. Created by app developer Dotan Saguy, this mighty simple gizmo’s called the Smarter Stand for iPad and it’s essentially a clip that slides into the side of the Smart Cover in order to “lock” the folding points in place. So if you were to place the Smart Stand at the first fold, the iPad will be held up at a 33 degree angle; at the second fold, it turns into a 45 degree stand. In case you’re wondering, the clips even work on the recently released Apple Smart Case. To help stop the iPad from slipping, a polyurethane pad that sticks to the base of the tablet is also included (not required for the Smart Case as the neoprene of the back cover provides sufficient grip).
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Posted: 15 Jun 2012 11:54 AM PDT
Back in early February, Dropbox released the beta version of the desktop app that’d allow for the automatic import (and upload) of your photos and videos upon plugging in your iDevice. Well that handy feature has made its way onto the iOS app, so after you’ve authorized Dropbox to have access to location services and turned on “Camera Upload”, all of your existing images and videos in the camera roll will be uploaded into the cloud. There’s a Gallery view so you can see what’s been uploaded to your Dropbox account. And by default, the auto export only works while the device is on Wifi, though you can enable cellular data if you wish.
Posted: 15 Jun 2012 07:06 AM PDT
When I first saw Rune Raiders I had a feeling it would be something different, and it turns out it really is. You'll find it often referred to as a RPG, but it's a slick little strategy game that might best be described as Fire Emblem for the iPhone, and that's not even a good analogy. Suffice it to say that if you like the atmosphere of a dungeon crawl, the need to think instead of simply slash your way to victory, and game design that doesn't fit the standard mold, Rune Raiders is a good choice for you.
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